- Improvement in typing experience
- Added smart suggestion feature
Chrooma Keyboard version 2.8.11 beta with smart suggestions alongside typing experience improvements
If you are looking for a one of a kind keyboard app that is worth replacing even Gboard or SwiftKey, Chrooma is your best bet. Why? Because it changes colors based on the theme of the application you are currently typing in, thus blending in pretty well. Before though, its Achilles' heel was the lackluster prediction system, but things are about to change. Without me rambling about it too much, let's proceed by taking a look at the brief release notes for build helium-2.8.11 beta released on Google Play.
From this version onwards Chrooma by default (It cannot be disabled.) will let users quickly swipe up on the space bar in the keyboard to let it automatically choose the most suitable word and add it next, applicable for the context you are writing about....
Chrooma Keyboard's best feature is the chameleon-like adaptive theme, which in version 2.0.1 gets some very nifty customization-related upgrades alongside six extra color palettes to choose from. These are all coming in a first-ever beta form to the masses, so be prepared for possible bugs due to their complexity and be sure to report any issue as soon as possible to the Chrooma team on Google Play or Google+.
To access the Palettes section, scroll down on the main page of the Chrooma settings and select Color Scheme. Available are four free and three premium options with a plethora of colors to personalize for background and font in each section of the keyboard. You can mix and match according to your liking....
Chrooma Keyboard, "the best Android app released in all of 2016" according to Android Authority, is inevitably the most unique keyboard app for Android. The selling point of it is, of course, the adaptable theme and to be precise, the way it changes its color in certain apps, to better streamline the used colors in the UI.
A new update hit beta users in the Play Store, adding a number of new features, which are part of their new Chrooma Business Suite package, available for purchasing. It includes add-ons such as Translator, Event Creator, Encrypt message and Google Now integration, and each of them can be bought for roughly a couple of dollars, but of course, prices are different depending on the country you live in.
Let’s see what are the newly added plugins for in detail, so you can decide if they are worth it, or not:...